Law Xing Yu 刘汛愉 (MEM140046) ~ 28/10/2018
Abdul Kadir Shah (MEM140003) ~ 28/10/2018
Silent Mentor Program had bring a lots of emotion into me, Not only the training workshop but the whole ceremony.
I really appreciate how generous is the people out there. They are truly the heroes of our nation - because of them, we are able to produce better doctors. I really learn a lot of new skills and
I would say Silent Mentor has change my way of thinking towards people. Even they are no more living, but I was taught to treat them as a human. Turn a loss into a
Kuan Szee Ling 关诗鈴 (MEM140045) ~ 28/10/2018
Lim Choon Hong 林俊宏 (Monash_28295390)
Chiew Shun Hong (IMU_24491) ~ 28/10/2018
The Silent Mentor Program has given me a chance to reconnect with my motivation and drive to read medicine. I am reminded yet again that I chose this path not for my own gain nor glory, but to be there to lend a helping hand. To offer a shoulder to
cry on. To give some form of comfort to those who are at their most vulnerable point in life. Yes, that is what I strive for and strive to be! A compassionate, empathetic and competent doctor who will be able to treat the patient as a whole and not just the
The most memorable part of the program for me would be the gratitude ceremony. Just like many others, I was moved to tears particularly during the Silent Mentor’s
last message. Even though she was assuring the students to not worry about her as we practice on her offered body. I could hear her voice crack and waver as she still tried to reassure us and convey the importance of not hesitating when learning from her.
It really struck a chord with me. Would I ever dare to be that selfless? Can I be that brave? I believe that I will take my first steps in the direction of greatly improving my work ethic after the program. And I owe it all to the Silent Mentors and the organizers!
So sincerely, thank you all once again.